National Geographic : 1932 Jul
2 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE I @ H. G . Eisenhand AROUND THIS CIVIC CENTER CLUSTER STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY ACTIVITIES In the foreground is the Capitol of Colorado, erected in the eighties. The white building at the top center is the recently completed $5,ooo,ooo City-County Building. Below the right wing of the new building is the Public Library. Farther to the right is the Voorhies Memorial. Balancing this curved colonnade, across lawns and walks, is the Colonnade of Civic Benefactors and an open-air theater. Beyond the right wing of the City-County Building is the United States Mint, where much of Colorado's gold and silver has been fashioned into coins. More than 50o Federal agencies have regional or local headquarters in Denver, a greater concentration of Federal governmental activity than is to be found anywhere else outside Washington.